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to this madness. he was influenced by gandhi, and gandhi said it's nonviolence or nonexistence. dr. king went on to say, "we must learn to live together as brothers and sisters, or we will perish as fools." he was saying, in effect, that we have enough bombs and missiles and guns to destroy the planet. he said it then, and it's still true today. amy goodman: at the time, time magazine called the speech "demagogic slander that sounded like a script for radio hanoi." that's the dr. king 1967 speech against the war in vietnam. the washington post declared king had, quote, "diminished his usefulness to his cause, his country, his people." rep. john lewis: i think it's so unfortunate that publications like time magazine, washington post - if they had to rewrite those articles today, it would be a different story. dr. king was right. he was right-and so many others, politicians, who came out against the war, whether it was eugene mccarthy or others, later bobby kennedy. what that war helped to destroy: the hopes, the dreams and aspiration of so many people. war is bloody. it's messy. amy goodman: a
women like gertrude bell did not believe of women's suffrage, margaret thatcher did not, in zero gandhi they want to make their way in a man's world. >> eight to generalize there is a glass ceiling. when you get into the situation when you need a mentor or to get serious certain barrier, and nobody is there. >> yes. and being successful in a man's world. >> if she is so extraordinary why haven't we heard of her? >> she was so famous there were popular songs, plays written comment she was in the newspapers at least once a week or more. she had two children. but no grandchildren. so her name disappeared. no buildings named after her or institutions. that is why i think it has happened. but many have heard of her or parents would save do not be like hetty or we like hetty green. [laughter] >> what happened to her wealth? >> to her son and daughter then when they died was is debated among hundreds of errors because that was the original plan. and would be spread around the family distant cousins and not even know they were related her name was hetty robinson's that is where it went. >> her
of our time. that is gandhi from india. we have an expert to talk to today, father charles, who is pastor of a parish in san francisco, st. veronica's in south san francisco. welcome. >> thank you. >> father is indian. he is now with us permanently in the arch diocese. we are very thankful for that. of course he has a great knowledge and experience and history of india. i would like to start by welcoming you and thanking you. >> thank you. >> thanking you for all you do for people in the diocese. give us a history perhaps of how you got here to the united states. what kind of a journey was that for you? >> it has been a beautiful journey of discovery and also a sense of fulfillment for me. i originally came to the united states to do a ph.d degree at marquette university in milwaukee in american literature. my dissertation was on wallace stevens. >> oh, my. very good. excellent. >> then my family having moved to this country -- >> the reason you came because you got the ph.d, you told me you were originally a jerusalem ewe it. >> i was. >> then you became a diocese priest. >> yes. >> jesu
exercises. he was just five years old when he learned his first yoga postures from mahatma gandhi himself. he spent decades teaching yoga in berlin showing people how they can bring body, mind, and spirit into harmony. >> when we do you get two or three times a week, we can bring out the body's pure values. that is why people today are fixated on yoga. there is a yoga boom because people think whoever does not do yoga is lost. >> of course, dr. jane does not allow anyone to get lost. he sings a mantra to his students who are training as yoga instructors as part of and meditation. everyone is meant to relax before they begin sequences. >> it is good for the body. i find that it gives structure to everyday life. >> one in three germans suffers from constant stress. the pace of life is continually increasing, and many have difficulty finding time to unwind, so for a lot of people, you get seems like a perfect antidote. some 5 million germans practice yoga, and some 20,000 have completed training as yoga instructors. and those numbers are increasing. the yogurt business is huge. -- the yoga b
sandy is packed with pork. here to explain is diane macedo. >> hi patti ann. they gandhi baiting the $64 billion bill which aims to repair damage from sandy and help protect from future storms. in response to president obama's request for 32 million to repair from the amtrak rail system it will be more than 10 ford to $346 million to cover operating costs. 53 million for fishery disasters. hopefully it will help with shin hook salmon. money in the bill could be used to clean up debris on the coast that rippled over from the 2001 tsunami in japan. nearly 9 million for the department adjusted and homeland security. the senate bill bypassed the committee process and is going straight to the floor where harry reid says he hope to do speed the bill through the chamber quickly but in the house they are crap belling with the size of the bill and the fact that they haven't found a way to offset the cost. we will keep you posted. >> diane macedo fox business network. >> we will have more coming up on fox and friends. >>> the time 48 after the hour. next on "the rundown"" one woman in pittsburgh.
parks and gandhi and ameliaaryhart. so my daughter looks at the book and she says, sons is not as big as mine. so don't bring it up in a house, a big issue in house, and my tower is very happy that her book is bigger and has more heroes than my sons'. >> host: golda meier. >> guest: one of the hardest heros toage. jewish hero, foreign minister, prime minister of israel, amazingly strong stateswoman. i wanted a stateswoman in there but i didn't want -- it's interesting she has a story and a history that is based so much on what we other would call chuptza. i didn't want to say -- she raised so much money in america, and came here and found millions of dollars to support and help israel grow. i didn't want tote be about fundraising. so i found this one story i loved that golda meir used to invite other statesmen to her house and bring them to her kitchen, and at first -- i said i don't want to say she is in her kitchen doing things. but the reason she brought them there is they would see the world on her terms. she would bring them to her place. and i loved that strength. i wanted my da
for the movie "gandhi." he had undergone surgery for respiratory infections in the fall before being nominated for another grammy. he is survived by two daughters, including singer norah jones. ravi shankar 92 years old. >>> let me know why you're awake. shoot me an e-mail or tweet me @billkarins. we'll read the best responses later in the show. >>> but still ahead, the battle for new york. carmelo anthony lights up the court. this was in brooklyn and it was payback time against the knicks. highlights in a thrilling finish in sports. >>> and this is a good one, jon stewart channels rapper eminem, coming up with rhymes for the michigan protest. that and a check on weather when "way too early" comes right back. >>> she spoke in court for the first time since the trial began. sobbing, she asked the judge for mercy, saying she was ashamed and living a nightmare. the judge was not persuaded. he told hemsley she was a product of greed and was at the ape yej of a period of wrongdoing. the sentence, he said, was a message to all taxpayers. it's my favorite time of year again and now -- i got a great n
. the senate gandhi bait over a suppleme -- senate debated. house republicans and fiscal conservatives are resisting saying sandy relief money needs to be offset with cuts elsewhere. >>> as the fracking revolution continues to boom here in the u.s. the energy department is hard at work on a proposal they say would maximize profits by exporting natural gas. a senior correspondent john roberts reports it is a situation setting up unusual partnerships. >> when is success a bad thing? just ask the natural gas industry. the shale gas revolution fracking as it is called has been so successful the u.s. has been swamped. >> shale gas took off the domestic crisis plunged $14 per mill to as low as 2. the gas industry asked the feds permission to build 13 terminals to liquefy natural gas for the lucrative export market. >> by exporting we create more jobs and create more economic activity and make ourselves energy secure. >> the battle over experts has created strange bed fellows. they find themselves arm in arm with the oil and gas industries. after a remark they declared exports would be good f
at the beginning, and they held out for so very long, it seemed to me, and it really kind of went beyond gandhi's civil disobedience in into akind of melee, and i suppose that those people should -- are they worthy of a claim? or did that in fact happen? >> did -- you mean the opposition or -- >> with people who resisted without being violent. >> oh, yeah. there were a number of protesters in syria. this largely started out as peaceful protests. they were sprinkled with some militant elements but the regime as i mentioned earlier -- in syria it's a security state. and i've dealt with these guys. they come after me on the littlest things, and it's a convulsive push button response. so, when i want to place the blame for this thing escalating. peace negotiations can happen anytime soon or a negotiated sellment. i blame the government for escalating so quickly because that's just how convulsively they react to this unrest. they go entire the historical pocket and look at what has worked in the past and what has worked in the past is closer to 1982 hamas. to get at the syrian brotherhood which had
and received an oscar nomination with the score for the movie "gandhi". >> you see what i have been able to do was only popularize and make our music understood and appreciated in the proper manner. that has been my mission and i feel very happy that i almost-- i have completed that. >> reporter: ravi shankar died tuesday at a hospital in southern california after suffering heart problems, at the age of 92. he is survived by two daughters grammy award-winning musician norah jones and anoushka shankar, an accomplished sitar player and composer. >> woodruff: on art beat, you can watch clips from two of shankar's most famous performances from the 1960s. >> ifill: again, the other major developments of the day: the u.s. and more than 100 other countries formally recognized a new coalition of syrian rebel groups, paving the way for international aid. the federal reserve announced it will continue economic stimulus programs until unemployment falls below 6.5% and north korea successfully launched a rocket that could be used as a long-range, nuclear- tipped missile some day. online, we have the story
, gandhi. >> one of blago's old opponents in the illinois state legislature, republican mike bost, became a web star when he lost his mind in public. >> trying to be released! let my people go! >> meanwhile, down in the florida legislature, there was rigorous debate this year over the meaning of jay-z's song "9 9 problems." >> aren't you sharp as a tack? you a lawyer or something? >> in that song, aren't you sharp as ta tack or something, you should try for a lawyer or something. got you on that. >> nobody cares much about the lyrics of 2012's biggest song. it was all about the horsey dance. just as south korean rapper psi and "gangnam style" approached a billion youtube views, the research on his america-bashing past ended the good times. ♪ gangnam style >> no such problems for carly rae jepsen whose only song was planning a song into the perm hard drive of every american for all eternity. ♪ here's my number, so call me baby ♪ >> oh, nasa dropped a rover on mars. >> touchdown confirmed. a dude broke the sound barrier while skydiving from the edge of outer space. mark zuckerberg too
thought about mandela, dr. king, gandhi. >> reporter: one of blago's old opponents in the illinois state legislature, republican mike bost became a web star this year when he lost his mind in public. >> i feel like somebody trying to be released from egypt! let my people go! >> reporter: meanwhile down in the florida legislature, there was rigorous debate this year over the meaning of jay-z's song "99 problems." >> aren't you sharp as a tack? are you a lawyer or something? >> in that song, it was the officer who said, "aren't you sharp as a tack or something"? you should try for a lawyer or something. so i got on you that. >> reporter: nobody cared much about the lyrics of 2012's biggest song. it was all about that horsey dance. ♪ gangnam style >> reporter: just as south korean rapper psy and his song "gangnam style" approached 1 billion youtube views, the research on his america-bashing past ended the good times. ♪ gangnam style >> reporter: no such problems for carly rae jepsen whose only crime was planting a song into the personal hard drive of every american for all eternity. ♪
that are less than a third. gandhi famously said the growth of a nation depends not on its cities, but on its villages. but with all due respect to the great man, on this one he was completely and utterly wrong. because, in fact, the future of india is not made in villages which is too often remaining mired in the unending rural poverty that has plagued most of humanity throughout almostal of its -- almost all of it existence. it is mumbai, it is delhi, that are the pathways out of poverty into prosperity. they've the conduits, the channels across civilizations and continents and a place where india's transforming itself from a place that was practically a synonym for poverty and deprivation to a place that is bubbling with opportunity. now, in some sense the success of cities in the modern age is something of a paradox. we live in an age in which distance is dead, in which every sickle one of us -- single one of us could just telecommute in to whatever business employs us, occupying whatever spot appeals to our biofill ya, and yet in so many ways we choose urban life. we choose the inconveni
looking for a second vehicle they believed to be involved, they were looking for a burr gandhi van with a blown-out back window. whether there might have been another gunman involved, again, it seemed speculative in the early going, but they are apparently actively looking for a second vehicle. harris is still working the story for us from the breaking news desk and perhaps can bring us some new information. harris? >> reporter: you know, as the story was breaking, one of the things that i do, jon ask and jenna, is i do jump online and try to see who i might want to follow. representative john fray, who serves his seventh term right now connecticut house of representatives, has been tweeting out in the last short while that he has nieces and nephews at that school, that they have been pulled out, that they are at the firehouse, and they are safe. representative john fray says that he is learning there on the ground and seeing reports that a gunman who was masked came into the newton town school. so this is one of the areas that we'll follow, those local officials, if you will, thos
of mahatma gandhi, of martin luther king, of peaceful resistance, a civil disobedience, a voluntary renunciation of the future she -- involuntary renunciation of for the sake of future generations would never know. -- a voluntary renunciation for the sake of future generations she would never know. it was not the life she wanted, but she knew her calling. and she has been faithful. we're honored today to stand with you, my friend, for the noble cause that you embodied. [applause] >> ladies and gentlemen, the majority leader of the united states senate, the honorable harry reid. >> today the people of burma and the united states honor aung san suu kyi. her personal sacrifice and her dedication to spreading freedom and justice not only in burma but in the world. even when it meant separation from her family, when it meant being a part from her husband at the hour of his death, aung san suu kyi has remained true to her cause. today i also recognize my colleague, republican leader mitch mcconnell. i have stood next to him on the senate floor now for a long time, and there is no cause fo
to figure out. "gandhi." >> oh. okay. all right. >>> it's going to be 100 years until we get to 13-13-13. we'll add a month next year. rob, was that you? tell the truth. >> he's referring to copy he read earlier. >> am i wrong, is there a way in 100 years? how, what would it be? >> 12-12 of 2112. >> oh -- isn't -- all right. >>> let's check on the markets. we're going to roll so i can see what's first. usually the futures. futures now in positive open. >> not next year. >> 100 years. >> right. >> that -- you know, fractional gains, half a percent gain, .3% gain for the dow. nasdaq would rise .4%. let's show oil. along with all the tension going on at the opec meeting in vienna now. you know, wti higher by 41 cents. 86.20 per barrel. london, 108.53. a gain of.5%. the treasuries and ten-year yield now is -- very close to 1.7%. decline of 1/8 point. the dollar is mixed across the board. 82.84 for every dollar. the pound would cost you $1.61. the price of gold this hour is higher by $5.20. a gain of .3%, 1,714 per ounce. time for the global markets report. kelly evans is standing by in london. >
was trying to be a diplomat, being in my gandhi personality. truth and reconciliation about this call. they actually said it was a trading call. they felt there was great momentum coming out of the november 25th, the big decline. i don't want my analysts to make a trading call. i want them to make fundamental calls. people bought this stock at $5.70 to $5.80, because citi said it was a trade. they get to $5.09 and they get shaken out and give up on the trade. carl, we don't need analysts to make trading calls. we need them to make fundamental calls, because this scared a lot of people out of the stock which may be a washed-out bottom. >> see you tonight at 6:00 and 1 11:00 eastern time. counting down to the end of the government motors era, as they sell their stake in gm. should you be buying? a little bit later on, philanthropist abigail disney, one of the patriotic millionaires willing to pay more in taxes at 1"squawk on the street." every time. 2% on groceries. 3% on gas. automatically. no hoops to jump through. that's 1% back on... [ toy rot snds ] 2% on pumpkin pie. and apple. 3%
'm actually kind of a gandhi-like figure these days. divided by ten, it's a 50 -- ah! it's a $58 stock for goodness sakes. i'm sick of this. give me my telestrator. what the heck. i'm going to go home and learn the no-pick circle draw. the circle draw. look at this. >> let me do a super-cal i straighter on r.i.m. >> did you get that? >> down here. >> i've got to go commando here. it's down here. that's where it is. all work and no play makes jack a very dull boy. >> there you go. it may be the 17 sued a feds i took before the show. >> oh, the memories. good times, right? >> when he's gone, you really miss him. >> he'll be back on wednesday, in time to trade the fiscal cliff. all right. the deadline, of course, just hours away. if lawmakers wind up kicking the can down the road, they may want to come up with a way of saying so. that son the annual list of words to be ban issued. spoiler alert, trending and bucket list, not surprisingly the phrase that got the most nominations this year, fiscal cliff. so that brings us to this morning's squawk on the tweet. what other phrases should be b
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